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My Generation Part 2 Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #

Date: Mon, 01 Dec 1997 17:39:20 -0500 (EST)
From: Jeff Shilt 
Subject: s/todd_snider/my_generation_part_2.crd

My Generation (Part 2) - Todd Snider ("Songs for the Daily Planet")

Jeffrey Shilt (jshilt@prime.cs.ohiou.edu)

{ There are many walking parts between chords - mainly anytime it goes
from G down to Em, and going from G up to C into the chorus and during the
talking parts at the end. }

Did you know that there are people who would put us down for no other
reason than the simple fact that we get around

My Generation, part 2, verse 3, chapter 4, Jackson 5 make me sick

Intro: G  C  G  C  G  Em  A  D  (2x)  {This also follow the first
                                       chorus starting on proud }

         G                C             G
Well my old man says the Woodstock generation
         C                G
Found a way to make this nation
     Em                A            D
Open up it's eyes and take a look around
        C            D      G              C
And he says my generation, ain't good for nothing
G               C               D          C        G
I can think of somthing, so I thought I'd write it down

                C                            G
  So here's to hair gel, hanging out at the health spa
          D                       C  D
  Using condom sense and watching LA Law
             C               D
  Here's to drum machines, stoned-washed jeans
  G                Em
  Credit cards and fax machines
  A                               D
  Big bald-headed chicks and frat guys
           A                                 D
  Wearing forty dollar tye died T-shirts and big bold paisley ties
             C                D
  Here's to living off dad as long as you can
  G                    Em
  Blending in with the crowd
     C        D     C       D      C       D               G
  Oh my generation, my generation, my generation should be proud

We were raised up in the hallowed halls
Of half a million shopping malls
And there ain't any price that we're too proud to pay
We'll buy anything from diet Sprite, too 1,000 points of light
Well I'll admit we're not that bright, but I'm proud any way

Chorus:  (Same as above, only we're watching Arsenio Hall now and the
my generation line gets changed with the stops. }

  Oh my generation, my generation, my generation got
  My generation, my generation, my generation
  My generation, my generation, my generation should be proud

Outro:  G  C  G  C  G  Em  A  D  D  G  (this starts on proud)
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